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Internet Marketing for Beginners

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Published: January 2, 2012 (Updated: August 21, 2019)

Today’s guest post comes from Crystal J. Briscoe from Self Test Engine. He is a provider of IT Certification material and has been blogging since 2005. Crystal contributes to many websites as a professional writer and tech guru. 

Internet marketing is also known as web marketing, e-marketing, online marketing, or search marketing. Technology has totally changed the way businesses advertise, and it is recommended to businesses both new and old do adapt to emerging trends and technologies. Initially getting started may seem intimidating, but just few simple steps can get you on board with the latest marketing strategies.

Facebook

Who doesn’t use Facebook? Just about everyone takes time out of his or her busy schedule to check and update their personal Facebook profiile, so why shouldn’t you be doing the same for your business? People nowadays rely on Facebook to learn about the latest happenings of their favorite brands and businesses instead on logging on to the company’s own website. So if you don’t have a Facebook page, you are missing an important opportunity of sharing information with your potential clients. The best thing is that Facebook pages are 100% free, so don’t waste this economically-friendly opportunity to generate new leads.

Twitter

This is another great platform for Internet marketing purposes that is often overlooked, especially by more traditional brick-and-mortar businesses. It can increase your company’s exposure and awareness of your products or services, thus leading to sales. The most important factor of this platform is making your tweets engaging enough so that they’re valuable to your audience.

Google+

Although this platform is relatively new compared to the previous two platforms,  it is very much expected to grow enormously in 2012. It is commonly believed that anything from Google doesn’t fail easily, and with the integrated posts from pages and personal updates in search results, it has the potential to be huge for business marketing.

Blog

Although blogging seems like an old idea, it is very effective. It can be used for complementing your original business website, and can help a great deal with your search engine rankings. Blogs offer a continuous flow of fresh content, which search engines love. So if you haven’t made a blog for your business yet, then it is high time that you should. Creating a new blog is quite easy now with the help of readily available platforms like WordPress, Tumblr and more. Moreover, you can share your blog posts on your company’s Facebook, Twitter and Google+ page, making your content accessible to more people.

Conclusion

Following these above-mentioned marketing basics can lead you to more clientele for your business. Once you get started, you will see for yourself how important they are as a part of your online marketing strategy in 2012.

If you need Internet marketing help for business in 2012, contact Hua Marketing for a customized strategy that fulfills your needs.

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